Lt. Allen Morgan's 2nd Platoon had orders to hold an important crossroads west of the Moselle River. On September 10th the Germans counterattacked the junction, but were repulsed in a furious fight, falling back to the village of Bar-de-Duc with Lt. Morgan's unit in close pursuit. Morgan's audacity captured the village, but only after suffering heavy casualties. With the prospects of reinforcement slim for at least two days, Morgan could muster only seventy-one men and two tanks -- low on ammunition -- for the defense of the village, and he knew that the Germans would be back.
Attacker: German (Fusilier-Regiment 312)
Defender: American (53rd Armored Infantry Battalion, 4th Armored Division)
Turns: 7 Players: 2 OBA: None Night: No
Bar-le-Duc, France 1944-09-11
Squads: A:14.0 D:8.5
AFVs: A:4 PzKpfw IVH x 1 StuPz IV x 1 StuG IIIG x 1 SPW 250/10 x 1